Ben has spoken to us about kids and he's so good with kids.As close as many sets of twins are, it's only natural that twins sometimes end up marrying another set of twins.The twins aren't really the Creepy Twins or users of Twin Telepathy; they're written just one character in two separate bodies and have only one personality between the two of them. There's no real difference between the two, and they're generally presented as one consciousness split between two bodies and are —which was actually six girls, but two of them were twins). They were so hard to tell apart as babies that their parents first painted their toenails different colors, then had their ears pierced at 2 months old, putting tiny hearts in one twin's earlobes and stars in the other's.Today, at 27, they still have much more in common than blond hair and similar features.But before going into details, the siblings questioned whether it was possible for them to fall pregnant at the same time.'[We're] not sure if that's possible... ' they said.'Oh my God, just imagine if you got pregnant... But imagine if we did get pregnant at the same time.'At the end of the day, that's not really a call we can make. You can't control these things.'But it would be amazing if we got pregnant at the same time. I find this fascinating.'The pair said they have also looked at other options to conceive their babies in case their plans don't follow through, including surrogacy, IVF and adoption.'If we both can't get pregnant at the same time, maybe that's the road we've got to go down? The sisters then explained why they want to experience pregnancy together.'We want to experience pregnancy together.Even if my kid was born in the same week as yours.'Clearly confused, the pair were quick to point out how their children would be related since they would be sharing the same father.'People would be saying "would they be cousins? We want our bodies to look the same because we're so close, we always want to be together and do the same,' they said.'That's why we share a boyfriend and so we want to experience pregnancy together, it's such a beautiful thing for any mother to go through.'We're going to make that happen. Time will tell.'The pair also hit back at critics who slammed them for their controversial decision to fall pregnant at the same time with their shared boyfriend.'We know there's a lot of people out there thinking "what the f***" but at the end of the day, it's our bodies, it's our life,' they said.'You've just got to respect our choices.
Identical twins from Abilene Christian University two-stepped down the aisle in 2008 - with identical twin grooms.
The houses, just down the street from one another, share the same floor plan, only in reverse.
The vaulted-ceiling living rooms in their new Cordova homes even contain identical beige sectional sofas, side chairs and TV stands.
"' they said in the video.'Would they look the same? We want to have babies with the same man and we want to get married with the same man.'That's the way we want to live our life.
We're so happy that we found a guy that we love and he just cherishes us and loves us for who we are.'This relationship is beautiful.